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SQ MFG X TICON PIPE ELBOW CUTTING JIG FOR 1.25", 1.5", 2" SCH10 AND SCH40

$415.03
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Ticon Industries has teamed up with Sequence Manufacturing to offer an entirely new way to cut pipe elbows; eliminating the most frustrating part of the fabrication process. This elbow cutting jig cuts 1.25", 1.5", and 2” SCH 10 & 40 both long and short radius. A few key features of the pipe cutting jig include:- Safely hold elbows to cut in multiple saw configurations...

Ticon Industries has teamed up with Sequence Manufacturing to offer an entirely new way to cut pipe elbows; eliminating the most frustrating part of the fabrication process. This elbow cutting jig cuts 1.25", 1.5", and 2” SCH 10 & 40 both long and short radius.

A few key features of the pipe cutting jig include:

- Safely hold elbows to cut in multiple saw configurations (vertical or horizontal bandsaws for example).  There is no longer a need to stack multiple pieces of tube into the saw vice to hold the tube. One no longer needs to tack weld pieces together to stabilize the pipe for a cut; saving tons of time and money.


- The jig positions the elbow so that the saw blade cuts perfectly on the tangent of the bend which eliminates odd, off-tangent cuts.

- You can easily mark pipe where you want to make the cut when building one off parts, or you can use a protractor to duplicate the same cut over and over for production work.

- Makes cutting small portions of pipe much easier and safer. For example, you cut a 90 degree elbow into 60 degree and 30 degree sections. You then later wanted to take an additional 10 degree's off of of one those sections. You can now simply clamp the small piece into the tool and make the cut in far less time and safer than any other cutting method.

- Switching elbow size or bend radius size only takes a few seconds which makes it easy to rapidly switch between jobs.

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